It's a floating museum, and you'll have a good time on the warship Jersey, where you record some of the navy's military history and the Gulf War, the last witness of the cannon doctrine of the big ships, and you really shouldn't miss it. Driving by oneself can drive directly into the courtyard of the museum. But wear comfortable shoes and be ready to climb stairs.
A magnificent warship retreated from World War II. It's worth visiting.
BATTLESHIP NEW JERSEY. The New Jersey battleship, like the famous Missouri battleship, was on the other side of the Franklin Bridge, more than 300 meters long. It was shocked that the Naval Shipyard that was launched in Philadelphia had returned to its home port as a museum.
The New Jersey battleship was launched into the Pacific in 1942 and served in World War II, the Korean War, Vietnam War and peacekeeping in the Middle East. Retired in 1991, it is now perennially moored across the Delaware River in Camden, New Jersey, for visitors.
The museum's special praise is really good and it's really eye-opening to show the military strength of the United States.